David Beckham

Where is David Beckham now?

One of the most recognisable people on the planet, David Beckham called time on an extremely successful playing career at the end of the 2012-13 season after winning league titles in four different countries.

Since retiring from playing Beckham has been involved in a variety of projects, both charitable and commercial.

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Amongst other things he fronts the Sainsburys Active Kids Campaign as well as appearing in adverts for Sky TV.

Beckham is also a brand ambassador for other global companies such as H&M, Breitling, Adidas and Haig Club whiskey.

Beckham is also the global ambassador for Chinese football and continues to work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.

In 2016, Beckham’s joint venture company Seven Global brokered a deal to buy 50% of the classic British clothing company Kent & Curwen who own the rights to the Three Lions logo.

In February 2014 David Beckham announced that he will be exercising his option to purchase an MLS expansion team in Miami. 

His consortium is called Miami Beckham United and they are hoping to be up and running by 2018.

September 2015 saw David Beckham make his acting debut in the short film Outlaws where he plays a mysterious drifter and motorcycle stuntman who is being hunted by a crazed director, played by Harvey Keitel.

In November 2015 as part of his charity work with UNICEF Beckham successfully played football in seven continents in seven days culminating in a match at Old Trafford where he briefly played alongside his eldest son Brooklyn.

At the 2016/17 PFA Awards, Beckham was presented with the PFA Merit Award for his achievements for club and country.

2017 also saw David Beckham make his feature film debut in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword which was directed by his friend Guy Ritchie.

Playing a disgruntled knight called Trigger, Beckham’s cameo appearance was unfortunately panned on social media by fans and critics who said that his performance was extremely wooden.

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David Beckham: Premier League Statistics

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